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April 2016

It was nice for the Dancing Times team to meet so many of you, our readers, at the latest edition of MOVE IT, the exhibition for all things dance that was held this year at ExCeL from March 18 to 20 and where we had a stand. We gave away 6,000 free copies of the […]

Fashion on the ration

From luminous flowers to gas-mask balls, Zoë Anderson looks at dance and fashion in World War II Imperial War Museum North’s new exhibition,Fashion on the Ration, includes a photograph of a young woman pinning a flower to her lapel. It’s luminous, a decoration designed to make her visible in the blackout. With bombing raids expected, […]

Bolshoi New Season

The Bolshoi Ballet’s 2016 to 17 season will include a celebration of Yuri Grigorivich and plans for a new ballet about Rudolf Nureyev. Provisionally titled Nureyev, this work will have choreography by Yuri Possokhov, working with composer Ilya Demutsky and director and set designer Kirill Serebrennikov – the same team who worked on Possokhov’s A […]

New Casanova for Northern Ballet

Northern Ballet has announced a new ballet about the 18th century’s most notorious lover, Giacomo Casanova. Kenneth Tindall’s new production will have its premiere in Leeds in March 2017, followed by a UK tour. Casanova’s 12-volume memoirs recall a scandalous life as a spy, scam artist, alchemist, church cleric and musician, but most of all […]

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